Learn Learning resources Recovery Curriculum These free resources are designed to support the wellbeing of students and staff as they return to school. Using the positive messages found in the history of the Paralympic Movement, these fun resources will ignite curiosity and creativity through a collaborative approach to learning in and outside of the classroom. Contents Paralympic medal resources Sports wheelchair resources Wheelchair tennis activities 'Incredible Me' learning chest Paralympic sports activities Paralympic medals Download all the pdf files by selecting the image. Read our introduction Introduce your students to “Where it all began”. Play a vlog from our you tube account (see links to vlogs below) which will introduce the theme of the medal. Ask students to access the virtual tour and find the different medals in the collection. Take a look at the widget resources and Paralympic medal design information sheets (created by volunteer, Teri Stevens) Choose an activity appropriate to your students to develop their knowledge. Share your feedback or activity output with us at [email protected] Vlogs to choose from: The first Paralympic Gold medal Early Games medal Arnhem 1980 Paralympic Summer Games medal Participation medal Introduction and where it all began Widgit resource Paralympic medal designs information sheets Dot to Dot sheet Key stage 2, 3 and 4 activity sheets Sports wheelchairs Using this learning resource Read our introduction Introduce your students to “Where it all began”. Play this vlog from our youtube account which will introduce the theme of the wheelchair. Ask students to access the virtual tour and find the wheelchairs in the exhibition. Students can listen to or read information about the 3 wheelchairs we have on display. Please note the Widgit resource relates to the Heritage Centre display. Choose one of the activity sheets appropriate to your students to develop their knowledge. Download the pdf by selecting the image. Share your feedback or activity output with us at [email protected] Introduction and where it all began Widgit resource Colouring in sheet Key stage 2, 3 and 4 activity sheets Wheelchair tennis activities We were delighted to welcome Lucy Shuker at our Meet the Paralympian event in March and have created some activities about Lucy and her Paralympic sport, wheelchair tennis. Wheelchair Tennis interactive quiz Ask the athlete with Lucy Shuker Wheelchair tennis rules quiz sheet Wheelchair tennis quiz Have a go at finding the answers in our interactive quiz featuring wheelchair tennis star, Lucy Shuker here. Designed by our volunteer, Teri Stevens. Ask the athlete with Lucy Shuker What questions would you like to ask our wheelchair tennis Paralympian, Lucy Shuker? Click on a question and find out what Lucy said in our Q&A session, designed by our volunteer, Teri Stevens. Learn about meeting the Queen, overcoming challenging experiences and what tricks she can perform in her wheelchair! Wheelchair tennis rules quiz sheet Learn the rules of wheelchair tennis and find out what you know by clicking on the quiz here 'Incredible Me' learning chest Take a look at the activities we have in our 'Incredible Me' learning chest. These resources have been developed for schools to engage their students in developing an understanding about disability whilst learning about the Heritage of the Paralympics. Click here to view or download. Paralympic sports activities These activities are a great resource for schools, designed for children to engage in some fun activities while learning about the history of the Paralympic Games. You can view and download the full resources and crafts activities here.